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Scuba Diving Course’s in Cardiff, Swansea and South Wales have been running with Quest for the past 16 years, with thousands of Divers been trained to be able to dive all over the world, the PADI Open Water Scuba Diver Training course has been the main course undertaken by people wishing to dive all round the world.

Initially we offer theory training where the student will receive the manuals and paperwork to read through and complete in their own time and comfort, then we move to the swimming pool to teach the practical in water session of the course in confined water.

We are proud to say that we have trained thousands of people from all over South Wales including Cardiff, Swansea, Newport,Bridgend, Brecon and all over the district.

We have also instructed hundreds of marine researchers who have gone on to establish careers in Scuba Diving and Marine Research, also running at present marine research projects around the world.

Our plan for the next 16 years is to train as many divers as possible who all have the intention of gaining their qualifications to enjoy and protect the beautiful marine enviroment we love so much.

Were back in hebron Hall in Dinas Powys by Cardiff, Barry and Swansea to instruct the PADI Open Water Diver Certification, the next date being the 07th Marine, so come along and dive in do what we do and see what we see.

We have a big weekend of Scuba Diving coming up for the 05.07.2014, we are running the PADI Open Water Diver Course at Hebron Hall in Dinas Powys in Cardiff. The students attending will be a mix of Introduction Dives, Refresher Dives and the PADI Open Water Diver Referral Course. The session starts at 7.45am at Hebron Hall and the instructors on the day are Lee, Mal, Dappers, Phil and Rose, we have many students attending from Cardiff, Swansea, Bridgend, Newport, Porthcawl and South Wales. The session for the try dives will be complete by 10.30am and the session for the rest of the group completing the PADI Referral course is due to complete by 1pm. After completing the referral course the students will be able to attend the 4 Open Water Qualifying dives to gain their full PADI Open Water Diver Certification, this will allow them to dive upto 18 meters anywhere in the world.